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CAPSULE MAJORELLE

MAJORELLE CAPSULE COLLECTION

Maison Petrusse
13/02/2024

 CAPSULE MAJORELLE

Like an oasis of positive vibes. Storyfeeling...  

A TRIBUTE TO COLOR AND TO LIFE  

Certain words immediately carry us away. They evoke a meeting, a dream, an escape, a moment. 

Certain colors transport us. The one that took us as an obvious choice and comes to warm us in the heart of winter is the Majorelle Blue and all the lushness of its garden. 

You are familiar with our passion for Art and heritage in all its expressions. You also know our mission: to accompany you, reveal you, and enhance you with a shawl, a scarf, an accessory that asserts your personality and instills confidence. With the conviction of striking the right balance in producing when needed, where needed, and above all... what you need. 

“I dreamt of a capsule that takes you on a journey. Of colors that make you vibrate. Our limited edition, created to make you dream in the heart of winter and anticipate the arrival of the spring. Like a breath of Art and poetry. Like a story to carry close to oneself, we have declined this unique and inspiring blue from the French painter Jacques Majorelle. This variation is a vibrant tribute to color, to life, and to this unique garden.” Florence Lafragette, President and Artistic Director of Maison Petrusse. 

Follow us on this colorful journey and travel with us to the gardens of Marrakech. 

Petrusse's Notepad: Did you know? 

JACQUES MAJORELLE 

In 1919, French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) settled in Morocco, in the Medina of Marrakech, where he fell in love. In 1922, he bought a palm grove on the outskirts of Marrakech, to the northwest of the Medina, and starting in the summer of 1929, he built a villa-studio for himself, in a Moorish and Art Deco architectural style, surprisingly modern for the time. He set up his main residence on the first floor, as well as a vast artist's studio on the ground floor. 

YVES SAINT LAURENT 

Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé discovered the Majorelle Garden in 1966, during their first stay in Marrakech : "we were seduced by this oasis where the colors of Matisse blend with those of nature." They bought the Majorelle Garden in 1980. The new owners decided to live in the artist's villa, renamed Villa Oasis, and undertook extensive restoration work on the garden to "make the Majorelle Garden the most beautiful garden, the one Jacques Majorelle had envisioned." The painter's studio was transformed into a Berber museum open to the public, featuring a display of high fashion works from the Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé collection. 

MAJORELLE BLUE 

Majorelle Blue is a unique color name inspired by the walls of the garden of French painter Jacques Majorelle. It refers to a shade obtained with ultramarine blue, also known as Guimet blue. 

This is the color of our dreams...